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OMG I knew it Up to 30,000 drums of plutonium-contaminated waste stored Los Alamos

 
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Sweet Mary mother of God, (or some such)

Panic Sex if you live in the SW?
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I'm hearing you. I'm posting all this stuff to my facebook,along with Fukushima and Nebraska, and no one gives a crap. I'm close to unfriending everyone. I tried talking to co-workers and was asked to stop, by the co-workers, not the boss. They said they didn't want to know about stuff they didn't understand or couldn't do anything about. I can only find like-minded people here on the freakin' internet.

All that waste and fuel, plus whatever secret stuff is in the labs, makes all that Corexit in my Gulf seem downright friendly.
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They've got one year to reduce the population. Getting pretty creative.

Negligence, greed, wanton wrecklessness, purposeful endangerment, geonocide?

No, its just fun to watch on widescreen from an underground bunker.

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Re: OMG I knew it Up to 30,000 drums of plutonium-contaminated waste stored Los Alamos
As the military starts massive clean-up efforts, it has identified 17 nuclear facilities as among the worst of the more than 20,000 suspected toxic sites. For example, since the 1970s, about 77,000 barrels of low-level radioactive wastes have been stored at the Oak Ridge, Tennessee nuclear reservation. Today, some barrels are rusting and leaking radioactivity. Other identified radioactive waste sites include California's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory, Colorado's Rocky Flats nuclear plant, and New Mexico's Los Alamos National Laboratory. The Savannah River nuclear plant in South Carolina has been called especially dangerous. Both the Savannah River site and the Hanford site pose the risk of the kind of massive nuclear waste explosion that occurred at Chelyabinsk.
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Furthermore, pit production requires the creation of radioactive wastes. Los Alamos is already a radioactive waste dump. There are currently over 2,000 contaminated sites at the laboratory.39 According to the Los Alamos Study Group, Los Alamos' Area G site - the largest Los Alamos radioactive and hazardous waste dump - contains enough buried radioactive and chemical wastes to fill 1.4 million 55-gallon drums, plus 60,000 drums worth of temporarily-stored waste." Area G is also expected to receive 54,000 drums worth more waste each year, mostly from nuclear weapons production and testing."40

The risks associated with this waste are already apparent. Abnormal levels of plutonium have been discovered leaking into the Rio Grande River, which borders the laboratory. This could be as result of the so-called "kick and roll" method of waste disposal where barrels of waste were simply rolled over a nearby canyon, according to Joni Arends of Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety (CCNS), as reported by the Environment and Energy Publishing, LLC Greenwire. Although the method is no longer practiced, its effects continue to linger as the Rio Grande is now contaminated.41

Just weeks after this story was reported, CCNS announced that a report that they commissioned to study Los Alamos waste in the Rio Grande River was completed. They found that "low concentrations of explosives and perchlorate suspected to be from the lab have reached the Rio Grande."42
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Re: OMG I knew it Up to 30,000 drums of plutonium-contaminated waste stored Los Alamos
Las Conchas fire near Los Alamos burns 43,000 acres in the first 14 hoursUpdate at 3:00 p.m. MT, June 27, 2011:

InciWeb reports that the city of Los Alamos is under MANDATORY evacuation as of 1:45 pm. White Rock remains under VOLUNTARY evacuation. Cochiti Mesa, Las Conchas, Bandelier National Monument, and campgrounds near the fire were evacuated yesterday.

The weather forecast for Los Alamos predicts the wind through Tuesday afternoon will be from the southeast, then switching from the southwest at 11-18 mph with minimum humidities in the lower teens. This could encourage the fire to move closer to Los Alamos.
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Thread: COVERUP AT LOS ALAMOS!!
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That is some serious doom. Anyone know the fallout pattern.
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That is some serious doom. Anyone know the fallout pattern.
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most wind will take it east I think. It should start to spread out enough to take out a chunk of MIMAL's belly and pants then who knows?

Anyone else notice there's been a whole lot of radiation DOOM lately? I mean are they planning on poisoning us so badly that we won't kick them out just so they'll save us?

Ft Calhoun is inches from Doom. Fukushima has just got started apparently. Now fires are gonna send old-timey nuke goo into my sky.
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Towns near NM fire, nuclear lab wary of smoke, AP, June 29, 2011:

Residents downwind of a wildfire that is threatening the nation’s premier nuclear-weapons laboratory are worried about the potential of a radioactive smoke plume if the flames reach thousands of barrels of waste stored in above-ground tents.

“If it gets to this contamination, it’s over — not just for Los Alamos, but for Santa Fe and all of us in between,” said Mai Ting, a resident who lives in the valley below the desert mesas that are home to the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Los Alamos Fire: EPA Testing for Radiation, ABC news. June 28, 2011:

The
wildfire that surrounds the nuclear lab in Los Alamos, New Mexico, has
grown to at least 61,000 acres amid mounting concerns about what might
be in the smoke that’s visible from space. [...]

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Fire officials “shocked” and “stunned” at how fast Los Alamos fire has grown June 27, 2011
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